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the obama administration wants to give spy agencies more access to your bank accounts. this push is getting the attention of privacy experts. kyla? >> reporter: the news agency, reuters, says the obama administration is drawing up plans to give all u.s. spy agencies access to a massive database that holds financial information on americans and others who bank in the u.s. right now the fbi has full access to that bank of information. reuters says the obama administration wants the cia and national security agency to also have full access. the goal is to track suspicious activity that could help the feds spot terrorist activity, the article cites the treasurely department saying this is legal and that would be under the patriotic act. privacy experts argue too many ordinary u.s. citizens would be unnecessarily put in the spotlight. reuters says this plan is in its early stages but i'll tell you what sort of information the u.s. spy agencies would be looking for in your bank accounts when i see you next hour. live in washington, kyla campbell, cha
the universe. >>> a new push by the obama administration could give federal agencies more access to your financial information. i'll explain what they would be looking for in a live report in three minutes. >>> look at this. disturbing video that has one bay area amusement park doing damage control. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. with qualifying bundles. mary gonzales had a cold, so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a
. >>> a new push by the obama administration could give federal agencies more access to your financial information. i'll explain what they would be looking for in a live report in three minutes. >>> look at this. disturbing video that has one bay area amusement park doing damage control. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. mary gonzales had a cold she also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successf
threat means. his response was perfectly legitimate. >> the obama administration doesn't understand what it means at all. >> this is what the e-mail exchange is like. if you saw what he actually said which was -- we would use the drone against an american and only in extraordinary circumstances. what was the additional clarification. >> i want to move on to rick. but i po nie t out the obama administration used the phrase imminent threat. i don't think it is bad. >> can i add one point? >> he got the liberal media to say that there are college kids who are libertarian. at least now we have them saying we have a shot. >> why should the gop change anything? ann coulter's gop is doing just great, isn't it? >> i gather that is for rick so i will keep my mouth shut. why isn't it your gop? >> i am not in the gop. >> we have to be able to win elections. there is a bunch of reasons why we don't win elections. i don't buy we have to become more libertarian to win elections. i don't know what the magic sauce is at this point. it is about the candidate, the guy delivering the message. yes, i think
shows the obama administration wants to give spy agencies more access to your bank accounts. this push is getting the attention of privacy experts. kyla? >> reporter: the news agency, reuters, says the obama administration is drawing up plans to give all u.s. spy agencies access to a massive database that holds financial information on americans and others who bank in the u.s. right now the fbi has full access to that bank of information. reuters says the obama administration wants the cia and national security agency to also have full access. the goal is to track suspicious activity that could help the feds spot terrorist activity, the article cites the treasurely department saying this is legal and that would be under the patriotic act. privacy experts argue too many ordinary u.s. citizens would be unnecessarily put in the spotlight. reuters says this plan is in its early stages but i'll tell you what sort of information the u.s. spy agencies would be looking for in your bank accounts when i see you next hour. live in washington, kyla campbell, channel 2 news. >>> a southern californ
around and the unethical behavior by tom perez while he was ag under the obama administration's doj. >> sean: why don't we go over the inspector general's report, basically misleading the commission on civil rights about the lawsuit, it relates to the new black panther party back in 2008, those were the guys standing outside the polling place in philly banging on batons and wearing military gear, as we're putting up on the screen here. why don't you explain that. >> yes, just to set the context, remember that these thugs were harassing not only people who were voting at that philadelphia precinct in the fall of 2008, but also harassing and hurling poisonous racial epithets and demagoguery and people trying to monitor the voting booth there. it's thanks to brave whistle blowers within the goj, christopher adams and christopher coates the head of the rights section and who blue the whistle, and the monkeying around by many of the appointees, the polittization, and even under the administration, they had agreed that these people were culpable for violating voting rights laws. >> sean:
a different result and what he said was this is about the obama administration trying to make me a scapegoat to try to cover their own failures elsewhere within the gsa and i'm not taking it. >> yeah, well he was the former leader of the entire gsa and also the leader of that rocky mountain divisions that sent dozens of employees to the lavish conference, and almost a million dollars of waste at that conference. if there's not accountability at the top for the people in charge of these people, i mean, who is going be to be held accountable for that? i think that's a very serious question and by the way, he was at at least one planning meeting for this conference. >> megyn: here they are, playing the ukulele on our dime, getting ready for the conference where they he get the commemorative coins and play with the mind reader and whatever else they did and we paid for. >> looks awesome. >> megyn: fantastic, if i didn't pay for it i'd feel better about it it. but he said they did not brief him of the details of purchasing and contracting and wasn't heavily involved in the planning. the question
campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the obama administration is now making a push for all spy agencies to have the same access. >> reporter: there's a report out from "reuters" and it says there is a treasury department document stating the obama administration wants to give all u.s. spy agencies access to a massive financial database. right now, only the fbi has full access to the database. other spy agencies like the cia and national security agency have to file case by case request to get that same information. and "reuters" says the white house is taking action so the agencies can have unlimited access. banks have to report any cash transactions over $10,000 as suspicious and they get put into this database. "reuters" says banks often overreport to be safe and that puts americans with no criminal instent in the spotlight of the federal government. >> we also to make sure that we're giving it sufficient oversight that congress is paying attention as well as the privacy information. >> reporter: expanding the bank account access
. the feds eyeing you under a microscope. the obama administration planning to give spy agencies complete access to a data base containing financial data of every single american, including you, according to an exclusive report today. currently, only the fbi has access to the treasury's financial crimes end forcement network data base, but pretty soon the cia and national security agency could get full access too, but is it legal? fox news senior judicial analyst, judge andrew nap napolitano, judge, it's got to be an infringement. >> it is. is it legal under current federal law, and the other is is it constitutional even if it's legal? it's legal because congress has said it's legal. in statutes enacted before and since 9/11, the federal government authorized itself to gather information from us without using search warrants, financial information, to store it, and to share it with other aspects of itself, but prior to today, the presidents of the united states have told us, if you trust them, that they will keep that information just in the hands of the fbi and the treasury department. g
to the obama administration tosses roadblock to energy development and pave the way for projects like my colleague just mentioned, the keystone pipeline, which will generate more than 130,000 jobs, boost our economy, and bring down energy costs. the budget also promotes economic growth, job creation, supports research and development in the energy sector, and moves america to a more energy independent state. it expands oil and gas development, which could generate a half a million new jobs and $14.40 trillion in increased economic activity. by preventing or delaying domestic energy exploration, the obama administration has driven jobs overseas. in this budget, the house republicans in the subsidies, -- support for this budget translates into a response will plan to grow our economy and create jobs. i yield back my time. >> i would like to yield two minutes to the gentleman from indiana. >> thank you. what we are doing here today, people in america are hurting. too many parents have come home and tell their children they do not have a job. washington has refused to make the tough choices
the obama administration. the best thing from this slander panel is that it features ben shapiro who gave the fabricateed friends of hamas story, the one that slandered chuck hagel by implying that he had terrorist ties. i guess you teach what you know. then for entertainment its called mine, dig and climb your way back to prosperity where they use a claw to grab at tiny toy globes. as for souvenirs nothing can beat a marco rubio water bottle. yes, $25 for this. then actual attempts at substance, and the thirsty man himself made an appearance today. here he is on science. >> the people who are actually close-minded american politics are people who love to preach the certainty of science with regard to our climate but ignore the absolute fact that science has proven that life begins at conception. >> michael: and speaking of attention-seeking science bashers, rand paul got his 15 minutes today. that's better than 13 hours i guess. he used this chunk of time to bash medical research. >> does it really take $3 million to discover that monkeys like humans act crazy on meth? >> michael: well,
agency with full access to this database. it goes on to say, the obama administration wants other agencies, like the cia, and national security agency to also have unlimited access. some privacy experts think the database would be too inclusive. others say the average american is not going to ping the interest of the fbi or the cia. >> what they are looking for is large cash transfers, suspicious activity coupled with other suspicious actions. country of origin, strange travel, other large money transfers that might indicate something funny's going on. >> reporter: she says expanding access to this financial database for these other agencies would be legal under the patriot act. and the treasury department assures me all of these agencies have to protect that private banking information under the bank secrecy act. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a lot purple heart found here in california is back with a texas family thanks to a group of high school students. the military medal was found in the middle of the road in bakersfield. it eventually was turned
-nighter. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-endurance. droid-powerful. >> the obama administration has just outdone itself. wait until you see the forms for obamacare, the one they expect you to fill out. washington examiner political correspondent byron york joins us. byron, tell me what do we have here? >> if you thought obamacare was simple you have another think coming. >> greta: dilutional. >> it's for coverage to be covered under the exchange that may be formed in your state or to actually receive subsidies because obamacare provides subsidies for millions and millions of people under this system. what i think most people don't understand, the form is kind of like filling out another tax return. and i think what most people may not understand is that the irs, the internal revenue service is the thing that makes the system work. everybody is going to have to prove to the irs that they have health insurance and it's health insurance that qualifies under the department of health and human services standards and you'll do that if you have health insurance on the job and maybe get somethin
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, the obama administration here in the northern district of california. welcome to the stop bullying summit. i'm a federal prosecutor so it may seem odd that here we are talking about bullying and we asked all of you to be here and i want to explain the origin of that and why this happened. you people, everybody in this room, has been involved in this issue and is doing incredible work on this issue and we were so honored to be a part of it and to meet with all of you and to speak with you about it. the origin is that as the united states attorney, the administration wants me, wants all the united states attorneys, to go out into the community. it's actually a very different role for the united states attorney is envisioned by this administration. this administration, the president, attorney general holder, they want the u.s. attorneys to go out into the attorney to talk to the communities in our district to understand what the issues are and challenges are and to do what we can to help, to convene meetings, to do whatever we can to help on behalf of the administration. and as part of tha
governors asking, republican governors and democratic governors and the obama administration says yes, provided we protect the welfare and work requirements. republicans decided to lie about it and say the president and the administration did exactly the opposite of what they actually did. he took the work requirements out of welfare. he just wants a free ride for everybody. he's buying votes with the free welfare, obama money. it's not true at all. it was the opposite of what the administration had done. the republicans thought they had something. mitt romney made a campaign ad out of it. a few days before the election, romney made another campaign ad out of the same untrue thing. it was a lie. it was debunked. it was one of the brighter, more obvious campaigns of a campaign filled with lies. it was the lie you only try in the hottest heat of an election year when you are desperate because nothing else is working. now, bizarrely, in cold, cold march, it is back. republicans are pushing a bill right now in this congress to stop the thing that only existed in mitt romney's campaign ads
crisis, president obama used to sequester gusty -- sequester cutso claim his administration has already made enough cuts to get the deficit under control, the very same sequester that he spent more than a month trying to scare the american people about. >> we don't have immediate crisis in terms of debt if the sequester stays in. you have over three and a half trillion dollars in deficit reduction already. lou: considering the president's so-called our reach to republicans, my first guest tonight says republicans have a frank discussion with the president but says also, there are still significant policy differences. joining us now, congressman, member of the committee, chairman of the subcommittee on immigration, border security, member of the house oversight committee. congressman, great have you with us. it does not sound like the president was expecting much, and he delivered. what do you think? >> well, i appreciate all of the rest of the conference appreciate in making the trip to capitol hill. as you noted, it has been veral years. the ideological rift between the two parties is
china, but given their track record likely source of it, and the obama administration doing very little about it. >> millions, perhaps billions of times a day. >> thinks very much. president obama took yet another trip to capitol hill, meeting with lawmakers from both parties today for talks on a potential budget deal. first a luncheon republican lawmakers who says lobster was on the menu. later in the afternoon the president got together witness house democrats. he white house says, the goal here, final a balanced approach, combining tax hikes and spending cuts. both sides say they're far from a long-term deal, notwithstanding what the media is calling the president's charm offensive. mike, what are the president and his allies saying about possible budget? >> we're told by a source that president obama told senate republicans, quote, our task is to find common ground, and send a signal that business is on the move. we're told the president expressed interest in new tax revenue and also tax reform. as for senate democrats, their leaders are blasting the proposal that house republicans
the obama administration is planning, is drawing up plans to give intelligence agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial info on american citizens and others who bank inside the u.s. the plan is part of an effort to track terror networks and organized crime but is raising all kinds of privacy concerns. chief washington correspondent james rosen live in our d.c. bureau. now, where does this new plan originate, james, and exactly how would it work? >> reporter: jon, good morning. the secret document that lays out this new plan obtained by reuters is a project of the treasury department's financial crimes enforcement network. under existing law banks and other financial institutions are required to file reports anytime they red flag suspicious activity such as the movement of more than $10,000 in a single transaction, unusual structuring of accounts and so forth. the fbi enjoys full access to these report, but the nation's intelligence agencies must make case-by-case requests for them. this new document proposes the database be linked directly to the nation's i
. judge is next. >> well, according to a reporter, reuters, the obama administration is drawing up a plan that will give all u.s. spy agencies access to american citizen's financial information. the white house is using terror as an excuse, but is your privacy worth the risk? all rise, judge andrew napolitano, well, he's here, he's down in d.c. and judge, this is right up your alley, sounds like something you'd be all in favor of. >> my goodness, charles, good morning, thanks for having me. i'm in the hinter lands in d.c. this morning. this is lawful only because the congress has said it is lawful, but it absolutely, profoundly, directly violates the fourth amendment which says that only a search warrant issued by a judge, based on the probability of criminal behavior, can justify this kind of intrusion. what kind of intrusion are we talking about? we're talking about every check you cash, every deposit you make, every financial transaction, that hundreds of millions of innocent, law abiding americans conduct on a daily basis, will be available for all 16 that we know of, american federal
card and redeem them for just about anything. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >>> the obama administration today approved two solar developments for riverside county in southern california. one will be the world's largest producing enough energy to power 340,000 homes. the projects will be built mostly on federal lands but funded privately. >>> meanwhile, a boys and girls club in san francisco's mission district has gone solar thanks to help from the city. the columbia park clubhouse now futures more than two dozen solar panels. they will cut the club's electric bill in half. in thank rebate checks from the solar company and san francisco's go solar sf program. >>> in the worth of mathematics tomorrow is the day for serious fun actually. pi day named for the mysterious never ending number pi. pi day started 25 years ago at the exploratorium in san francisco. since abc 7 is the exploratorium official tv partner tonight we have a pi primer. >> 'twas the night before pi day round and about the circles were dancing the numbers were out. the staff was teaching pi lovers with care
today, the obama administration approved three projects in california and nevada. two solar projects, the mccoy solar project. the third project is the search light energy wind project south of las vegas. >>> scientists say an earthquake warning system that's being developed worked this week. a prototype in pasadena gave 35 seconds warning before monday's 4.7 quake in riverside county. the system doesn't actually predict earthquakes. what it does is defects the first pulses of energy when a fault ruptures. 35 seconds may not sound like much, but it can actually be just enough time to take cover, or possibly shut down trains. >>> in venezuela, the late president hugo chavez seems to be as popular as ever. >>> in the middle east, the group save the children is detailing the traumatic impact on children of the war in syria. it says 2 million children have been impacted by that war in some way. 1 in 3 has been injured. 2/3 have been separated from their families. a third have lost a loved one. refugees try to offer some mental health support. >>> in mexico, scientists say the number of m
for welfare be waived? the house says no. lawmakers passed a bill preventing the obama administration from waiving the work requirement. last summer the obama administration said it would grant waivers to some of the rules but not one state applied. is that an i.e.d. in your pocket? the t.s.a. wouldn't know. agents at newark airport completely outmatched by an undercover fed who stuck an i.e.d. in his pants and slipped past two security check points. even worse, the t.s.a. excuse now, a member of the t.s.a. blog team says it's just too darned hard for agents to find bombs. >>steve: that says it all. >>alisyn: they're busy frisking grandmothers. >>steve: every one of them. >>brian: why can't you straighten this out? it's right by your house. can you just go in there -- >>steve: every time we go through, we pretty much get strip searched. they figure my wife is clearly a terrorist. the top story, the fact that we have a new pope in addition to a pope emeritus. it was interesting, when the news came out, the president of the united states was in front of house republicans, and he said -- the
and nonprofits. >>> also today, the obama administration approved three projects in california and nevada. two solar projects, the mccoy solar project. the third project is the search light energy wind project south of las vegas. >>> scientists say an earthquake warning system that's being developed worked this week. a prototype in pasadena gave 35 seconds warning before monday's 4.7 quake in riverside county. the system doesn't actually predict earthquakes. what it does is defects the first pulses of energy when a fault ruptures. 35 seconds may not sound like much, but it can actually be just enough time to take cover, or possibly shut down trains. >>> in venezuela, the late president hugo chavez seems to be as popular as ever. >>> in the middle east, the group save the children is detailing the traumatic impact on children of the war in syria. it says 2 million children have been impacted by that war in some way. 1 in 3 has been injured. 2/3 have been separated from their families. a third have lost a loved one. refugees try to offer some mental health support. >>> in mexico, scientists say
passing a bill preventing the obama administration from waving work requirements for federal assistance. it passed 246 to 281. a disturbing study out of california where a kiddie academy teacher has been raised. she is accused of lacing sipy cuts with sleeping aids. they are 1 and 2 years old. someone saw her put something in their cup. they found evidence at her home. she has since been fired. >> what is it like to fly in the danger zone? lockheed martin has set up cockpit sim tlierts for x 35 lightening 2 in arizona. it's as single seat single engine aircraft for the u.s. military. >>> 16 trillion and counting. obama says the country does not have a debt crisis a much different story compared to what he said as senator in 2008. we have the latest on this story. >> this entire week the president put out a renewed effort to reach a budget deal with republicans. the white house wants to pass a budget for next year and raise the debt ceiling but during an interview with abc he said the u.s. doesn't have an immediate debt crisis. >> have an immediate crisis in terms of debt. in fact for th
president was a popular small government conservative. what could the obama administration learned from calvin coolidge. his biographer is with us tonight. the testimony completed. the defense bringing new witnesses in the capital murder case. that and more on the dobbs dockage next. ♪ you guessing. it's part of what you love about her. but ur erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafilfor daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialiis the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headhe, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long-term iury, seek immediate medical help for
, including a senior obama administration officials have stated, the very helicopter gunships that the regime is currently using to bomb and shatter civilians. as the united states and the international community stand idle, the consequences are clear -- syria will become a failed state in the heart of the middle east threatening both our ally, israel, and our nato ally, turkey. with or without assad, the country will continue to devolve into a full-scale civil war that is increasingly sectarian, repressive and unstable. meantime, more and more ungoverned space will come under the control of al qaeda and its allies. violence and radicalism will spill even more into lebanon and iraq, fueling sectarian conflicts that are still burning in both countries. syria will turn into a battlefield between sunni and shia extremists. even backed by foreign powers which will ignite sectarian tensions from north america to the gulf and risk a wider regional conflict. this is the course we are on in syria and in the absence of international action, the situation will only get worse. although secretary kerry a
. but by then the philosophy of the obama administration is that it's going to be too late. so now is the opportunity that we are going to be hearing from our panelists and each of us will present a little bit of a different perspective on the panel about what happened that night and then i'll have some q&a interaction with them and we'll see if even if we cannot answer the questions for you, perhaps we can help people to understand what are the right questions so that some day wlrks it be a presidential candidate or a cnn moderator or senators having dinner with the president, maybe somebody can come up with the right questions to ask about benghazi and then hope and pray that some day we will get the proper answers. let me turn the time over to our panelists to let them make their remarks. roger. >> thank you very much congressman. please hold your applause. thank you very much. i have somebody paying attention up front. let me begin by making a very stark appraisal by what we learned from benghazi. and i just ask you to remember the famous commercials during the 2008 campaign about the 3:00 a.m. phone cal
. >> the obama administration officially ending all white house tours. >> but with a perfectly appropriate donation of a half million dollars, president obama will come to you. >> jonathan, that was karl rove's american crossroads, they're running that ad, they take that idea seriously. that they are in a position to criticize o.f.a. for raising money and supposedly selling influence. >> look, the 2012 campaign will be remembered for having built the largest, most sophisticated grassroots political organization of all time. you know what the average donation was to o.f.a.? $65. this is an army of millions of donors. the real question about it is whether the people who gave during the campaign will now step up and realize, they have to send in their contributions of $15, $20, $50 in order to advance the president's agenda. o.f.a. made a big mistake a couple of weeks ago in saying they would accept so-called dark money. which is money that you don't have to disclose. and they've now reversed themselves, that was a really bad idea. now that they're on record for transparency, if the people st
.s. house voted today to block the obama administration from granting state waivers to work requirements under welfare. republicans charged the president is trying to gut the 1996 welfare reform law. last summer, the white house said it would grant waivers, if states can meet welfare-to-work goals by other means. so far, no state has applied for a waiver. the house bill is not expected to pass the democratic- controlled senate. a juvenile court in steubenville, ohio today opened a rape trial that's drawn international attention. the two defendants are high school football players, ages 16 and 17. they're accused of raping a 16- year-old girl last august. social media postings have fueled claims that other students should have been charged and that police under- played the incident to protect the football team. the police have denied it. in china, authorities near shanghai pulled hundreds more dead pigs from a river that provides drinking water to the city. in all, they've found more than 6,600 pig carcasses in the water since friday. officials say the dead animals may have been dumped by
is that the obama administration believes deficit spending will grow the economy. if that were true, we had 'd ha the greatest economic boom in history. and sarah palin, and says that rate increases is less than any since eisenhower, very true, but dishonest since the expenditures are so eye. susan, i don't listen to the spin on the spending because this is all you need to know. mr. obama is running up historic debt. that if not severely checked, could very well lead to an economic collapse. that's it. that's the only issue. terry, ecuador, as someone who knows pottery, the u.s. sending 27 million to morocco to teach how to make it is ridiculous. that country has made pottery for 2000 years. would mathews, bowling green, kentucky, ashley judd is no more qualified than i am. and kirsten powers won that round, o'reilly. took miss judd's comments out of comments and ashley judd said poor folks shouldn't have kids yet and that was her theme what she wrote in a book. orphans are just a small part of it and i believe that what she wrote will sink her in family friendly kentucky. and killing lincoln wil
, there is some body of thinking on capitol hill oddly enough, among the republicans, the obama administration has support with the republicans on the hill who agree with this plan to allow these short blade knives, no more than 2.3 inches to be allowed in carry-ones because they think the tsa has gone too far anyway. there are strange bedfellows in in particular argument. but the tsa is really getting an earful right now. >> the flight attendants, the unions, he started this online petition to keep the knives off planes. we're watching this press conference. the unification of groups coming together to talk about this. is it going to be more up to the american people to get involved than the unions or will we see the fact as we watch the tsa chief talk about standing by his decision on this, is it really going to be up to the american people to voice their concerns? >> well, i think that that's always in the democracy, that's always the way things work. by the way, that's sara nelson who represents the flight attendants. i interviewed her yesterday. her argument is this. we've spent the last 11 y
preventings movement of liquified natural gas. do you think the obama administration, which started out saying we're against all carbon energy, do you think maybe they're looking at it to say, well, at least natural gas is cleaner? maybe we get tax revenue? maybe it ain't so bad? >> well, natural gas is cheaper and much less pollutive than our coal-based. david: you don't have to sell me but could you sell the president on that? >> i think his people around him should know it and probably do because it's wonderful to promote electric cars but somebody has to make the electricity. it doesn't just live in the wall of your garage and need to be liberated with a plug. so you have to get it out. and right now about a third of all electricity comes from gas but another third or so comes from coal. i believe gas will largely displace coal and that will bring down carbon emission as lot. david: you're not a stock-picker. we go to other people for that. you brought into exco resources which was up about 10%. i think you probably exceeded your buy point which i believe was, i looked it up, it was $6.78
the lines that the obama administration has, if republicans won't give it all on loopholes a anything. >> but they will. >> if they do, then i think we are in business, because, you know, then i think there is something to talk about. >> i don't mean to speak for the entire party but, barney, i mean, you know better than anybody how it goes. you get somebody in front of the camera. you're in front of the camera and you're a first turn or second turn democrat from massachusetts, barney are you giving on entitlements? you say no. you ask me is a first or second-term republican? no, we just gave them tax increases. we are not doing it again. but then you get the cameras off and people say, okay i'll give you this, you give me that. taking care of the long-term debt is so important. >> i'm closer to you now than when you were a first or second-term republican. >> you like him more. >> he didn't say that. >> personally i always liked him. i would be asked by a reporter in the midst of a negotiation will you do this or that? i'd have to ask the reporters, how many votes do you have in the s
.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. the investigation points the finger at the obama administration's state department. >> the man behind it, broadcaster charles herring, also runs wealth tv. bringing the panel back in. lauren ashburn, just because you cover media, i want to begin with you, reliable, credible, fact-based news with libertarian and conservative voices. how's that supposed to work? >> good luck with that. that's all i have to say. here's the problem, fox news has a motto that says it's fair and balanced, yet because of its primetime lineup of very conservative talk show hosts, it's almost impossible for the journalists to get their due. secondly, talk about carriage for a minute. current tv, left-leaning network, had tens of millions of subscribers. al gore couldn't make it work. had to sell it to al jazeera. al jazeera is putting together an english-language network. it is really hard to get traction in the tv marketplace, especially if you're going up against a behemoth like fox news, and you're coming out in a report like this? >> and if you read the article on "daily beast
says the obama administration is drawing up plans to give intelligence agencies access to a massive financial database, a database that contains your financial datas and data for all americans and others who bank inside the u.s. obviously, this is going to raise privacy concerns, carl her berger is vp of security solutions. you're deep into the cybersecurity stuff. i'm sure government means well, but i thought in the past the government had to have kind of of a probable cause suspicion of me, they go to a court, the judge says, yeah, you can look at some stuff, and isn't this new effort saying government can look at anything it wants without that probable cause or judgment order? >> that's true, dennis. that's exactly what we have in front of us. in some ways there's not any new news here because this law's been in place for a while, it's just the announcement that we're going to take action on the law. but if we step back for a second, really what's going on is there's a tremendous amount of cyber attacks, cyber warfare, soft war that's going on. and politicians are eager to respon
by the obama administration as part of the financial fraud enforcement task force. in a moment we'll do that about illegal lottery scams for about 50 minutes. >> my name is jeffrey steger and i'm an attorney, an assistant director of the consumer protection branch of the civil division of the u.s. department of justice. the consumer protection branch is responsible for civil and criminal enforcement of federal laws designed to protect the health, safety and welfare of the american people. the branch actively prosecute individual and companies have committed fraud, or violated other laws and acted to protect consumers. our first panel this morning is focused on lottery and romance scams. as will be discussed, lottery scams prey on elderly and other potentially vulnerable individuals. unfortunately, scams are increasingly prevalent, and devastating to its victim. romance scams involve fraudsters to contact people by phone or over the internet, create an emotional bond, and then use the strong emotional tie to convince their victim to send or wire money to them. the panel of experts that w
launches for the other carriers. i wonder if the it's that carrier, what's going on. >>> the obama administration is reportedly drawing up plans to give spy agencies the ability to scour american's finances. the white house wants to give spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial information on american citizenes and others who bank in this country. the goal is to spot and track down terrorists networkes and crime syndicates by bridging together criminal records, military intelligence and financial reports. it is still likely to trigger some intense criticism for privacy advocates. >> can i say i'm not bothered. i read this story. >> i'm not already bothered by it, either. >> and the fbi already has access to this information. it's not that they don't. it's actually that the cia and other otherwises didn't. i don't know. >> i am sure there will be .rivacy concerns that are it wasn't all that surprised. >> there's privacy concerns, but there's the idea the cia was never supposed to operate internally. to me that's the bigger publish issue. >> before we di
ideological polarization within the doj's voting rights unit. under both the obama and bush administrations. >> there are two things. one, this predates mr. perez heading the civil rights division and, two, the attorneys that were making the decisions there were the career attorneys. >> reporter: perez's defenders say he has been working hard to clean things up. >> we believe tom perez has restored the integrity back to the entire division, including voting rights. >> and a reminder thomas perez has not been nominated. the conservative blogs are already turning on him and president obama is facing some pressure from minority groups to diversify his cabinet and bring in more minorities. but his candidate, whoever it is, will still have to be confirmed by the senate. we'll have to see at this point. i mean, again, his name is just being floated. we'll see if he is actually nominated, then we get to the confirmation battle. >> it could be a bruising confirmation battle. so far the president is winning. we'll see how he does in this one. thanks very much. >>> coming up a well known political in
-continental missiles. president obama stopped deployment of additional reenforcements when he took office you may remember back in 2009. now administration officials are saying they've reconsidered, in the wake of those escalating threats from north korea. last week north korea officials vowed to bring it to washington after the tough economic punishments. and now move to the persian gulf where an iranian fighter vet approached a u.s. drone in the skies above the gulf according to the pentagon. defense officials say it got within 16 miles of the unarmed drone while it was conducting a classified surveillance flight over international waters on tuesday, but what of the two u.s. military aircraft escorting that drone fired a warning flare and after that the iranian jet broke off pursuit. you may remember in november, the pentagon reported fighter aircraft from iran actually fired at one of our drones, but did not destroy it. u.s. officials maintain they have the right to protect our military assets. well, it could be a preview of the 2016 presidential race. some possible republican contenders speak
, maybe they can meet in the middle because obama is looking at his legacy. neil: okay. gary, we could look at this and say is the administration by not going as aggressively on spending thing signaling we think we could grow out of this, and do you, a finer market minds i know, see anything that would hint of that being the case because that's the only way you can get out, only cut so much, and if you really do need to boom your way out of something like this. >> well, the only boom thing that i can see is, you know, and you talked about it in the earlier segment is the whole, energy fracking. if that takes off, kind of like the internet did in the late 90s, maybe we can grow our way out of it, but as long as government's growing at the rate it is now, every dollar we spend, send to government whether it's via tax cuts or closing loopholes is a dollar spent infirst timely, and i just -- inefficiently, and it's flat lining at best. neil: if we sputter back, and it's a point, peter, many have been concerned about, that we go back into something bad, and every market high ever achieved,
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